Black History Month Spotlight: Abimbola Saka

Black History Month Spotlight: Abimbola Saka

“I was born and raised in Nigerian; the Federal Republic of Nigeria Is a sovereign country in West Africa, comprising 36 states, with Lagos being the most popular and most populated state. Nigeria gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1960. For me,...
Staying Connected During COVID

Staying Connected During COVID

Jean Chow for the TRP | January 2021 The need for physical distance leads many of us to feel socially isolated in these challenging times. It’s important for people to stay professionally and socially connected in a time like COVID. Some of us have experienced COVID...

Openlab Visit to the TRP

Lora Appel, post-doctoral fellow at Openlab visited the TRP Capstone Prep course. Lora shared her work in the area of applying VR to health diagnosis and care. Lora’s work in VR explores applications in  managing chronic pain, anxiety, phobia, depression, and...
TRP’s ARC: Anti-Racism Committee

TRP’s ARC: Anti-Racism Committee

Vida Maksimoska, TRP Student, December 2020 In lieu of the changing times and social movements that took much of the world by storm in 2020, myself and a truly amazing committee of strong voices, motivated individuals, and leaders of innovation and change came...
The Brewing Fight

The Brewing Fight

Gabriella Chan for the TRP, November 2020 As we approach ten months of living, working, and studying in our homes, isolated from friends and family and facing ever-increasing numbers of cases, deaths, and further isolation during the winter months, one can be forgiven...